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Cirago Network HD Multimedia Center CMC3000 Review

on Thursday, January 6th, 2011

When I was offered the opportunity to review the Cirago TV Platinum Network HD Multimedia Center my first thought was ” good grief, not another media center”.  I had previously reviewed the Cirago CMC2000 and was duly impressed, so how could this be an improvement.  Then I read the specs and saw that the CMC3000Read More…


Intel Presents New Sandy Bridge Chip at CES in Las Vegas

By: I Yarom
on Wednesday, January 5th, 2011

Intel is planning to present its new chip “Sandy Bridge” at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. One of the features they are planning to present is “visibly smart”. This feature will enable handling the entire encoding process of a movie in the CPU (including the DRM authentication). The enhanced security should helpRead More…


ION Audio’s TWIN VIDEO Camera Records Me Recording You

on Tuesday, November 30th, 2010

ION Audio’s TWIN VIDEO is the first handheld video recorder that I’ve seen with both front and back lenses. It’s great for bloggers because you can record yourself at the same time that you are recording something else. It would be perfect for interviews. It’s not HD, but it does record 640 x 480, 30Read More…

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Warpia SWP100A Wireless TV Display Adapter Review

By: Mark Adkins
on Tuesday, November 30th, 2010

The difference between a computer monitor and a TV screen seems to be becoming more irrelevant every day. Whether because we dropped cable or want a second computer display, more and more of us are connecting our computers to TVs. Devices like Warpia’s SWP100A Wireless USB PC to TV Audio/Video Display Adapter claim to let youRead More…


Joby Gorillapod Video gets all bendy for mini camcorders

on Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010

Joby’s Gorillapod Video has been designed specifically for mini-camcorders, so you can seamlessly capture video wherever you go. The omni-directional positioning video head allows for easy orientation at any angle, with seamless 360 degree pan and 135 degree tilt. Constructed of anodized aluminum, the lightweight design is engineered for durability and capture on-the-go. The GorillapodRead More…


Kodak Playsport Video Camera Review

on Sunday, August 29th, 2010

I have used video cameras for as long as I can remember.  My first video camera was one of those really hefty kind that you sat on your shoulder and it used regular VCR tapes.  Yeah, and I admitted it.  Since then I have used every imaginable type of video camera, from ultra expensive toRead More…


Sony Introduces New Walkman NWZ-E350 Series Video MP3 Player

on Wednesday, August 11th, 2010

Today Sony announced the new Walkman E-Series video MP3 player, which features up to 50 hours of audio playback (mp3 files at 128 kbps) and 10 hours of video playback (WMV at 384 kbps). This new player also features 2 of Sony’s own technologies: Clear Audio and SenseMe. Clear Audio is an audio technology thatRead More…


Logitech unveils new HD webcam and vid HD family

on Monday, August 9th, 2010

Logitech has a made a pledge to bring HD video to anyone, anywhere, and has taken another step toward that goal by unveiling a full lineup of HD webcams and the recently announced Logitech Vid HD, the free and easy way to make an HD video call.  A few of the new features include HDRead More…


elgato EyeTV Hybrid Review

on Monday, August 2nd, 2010

The elgato EyeTV Hybrid is a beautiful little USB 2.0 TV Tuner for Mac or Windows computers. It’s “hybrid” in that it will tune just about anything you’ve got: analog cable/tv, Digital/HDTV, and Clear QAM digital cable. It even has adapters so you can hook up a Composite or S-Video source (such as an analogRead More…


Get Muddy with Oregon Scientific’s ATC9K HD All Terrain Video Camera

on Monday, August 2nd, 2010

You can get extreme with Oregon Scientific’s new HD all terrain video camera. The ATC9K can go with you skydiving to suba diving. It’s an easy-to-use, waterproof and shock-resistant camera that can be strapped to a helmet, handlebars, surfboard, or snowboard. It features 1080p HD video, shoots up to 60 frames per second, has 130Read More…


Sony Announces NEX-VG10

on Wednesday, July 14th, 2010
Posted in: News

Sony announced on their blog the new NEX-VG10 digital camcorder. This is the video camera they teased everyone with back in May. It uses the same sensor as the NEX-5 and NEX-3 and will use the same e-mount lenses. It will also support the mount adaptor that will let you use the catalog of A-mount lenses forRead More…


Motorola Droid X: The Camera

on Sunday, July 11th, 2010

I don’t buy my phone based on the camera, but there is a lot of truth to the adage that the best camera you have is the one that is with you. The cameras keep getting better and better with each generation of phone. The camera in the Droid X is an 8 megapixel cameraRead More…

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InMethod Air Video for iPhone & iPad

By: Adam Scinto
on Wednesday, June 16th, 2010

I recently downloaded InMethod’s Air Video onto my iPhone and basically, you must have this app. This is a review of the iPhone version, but you can grab a version for iPad thats just as fantastic. Basically, Air Video makes streaming almost any video in my collection, regardless of format, as simple as possible andRead More…


Video Memo Recorder from Brando

on Sunday, June 6th, 2010

With the USB Video Memo you can record a 30 second video with voice message. It has a built-in 1.44 inch LCD display, USB rechargeable battery, video camera and speaker. You just need to push one button to record and another to playback. It’s available for $35 from Brando.


Pinnacle Studio 14 MovieBox Ultimate Review

on Tuesday, May 18th, 2010

The latest offering from Pinnacle Systems is Pinnacle Studio 14 MovieBox Ultimate, and there are some new goodies under the hood for those of you who are long-time Pinnacle users.  I started using Pinnacle video software about 6 years ago and still stand by their products as good entry-level consumer video editors.   There is alotRead More…


Tandberg PrecisionHD USB Video Camera Review

on Friday, March 26th, 2010

The Tandberg PrecisionHD USB Video Camera is a high quality camera that captures 30 frame per second full 720p (1280×720) video and mono audio. This would be the ideal camera for corporate desktop video conferencing, or for casual or mobile video podcasting. It’s large size and decent heft make it less appealing for the businessRead More…

Unboxing time!  Box contents include SD card, USB card reader, 12V power cord, instructions and mouting hardware.

Dash Cam Dually Review – A black box video recorder for your car

on Monday, January 11th, 2010
Posted in: Car Gear, GPS, Reviews

Ever been in a hit and run accident?  Well I have.  I made a left turn and I noticed a white Honda Civic with a giant whale tail spoiler closing in fast from my right.  “That car isn’t gonna stop for the light” I thought to myself.  I slammed on the brakes but it wasRead More…


Vue Personal Video Network Review

on Friday, December 18th, 2009

Being able to keep an eye on our pets and home when we’re not there can be very useful for those of us that tend to worry. For those of us that don’t have a worrying bone in our body (me most of the time), it’s just fun to be able to check in andRead More…

Use your iPhone or iPod Nano to become the next Spielberg

on Sunday, November 8th, 2009

Do you shoot movies with your iPhone or the latest iPod Nano, but end up deleting them because they look like they were filmed by someone with extremely shaky hands? The iSteady comes to your rescue. It’s a folding metal holder that will hold either device and stabilize it to create much smoother video capture.Read More…

Video of the Day – Robot Coaches Users Through Diet Routines

on Saturday, October 10th, 2009
Posted in: Uncategorized

Would a robot help you stick to your diet? Autom from Intuitive Automata thinks it can.


Microsoft LifeCam Cinema – a Webcam with True 720p HD

By: Krista Crowell
on Monday, October 5th, 2009

I’ve had the pleasure of getting to play with the new Microsoft LifeCam Cinema and I am impressed.  I haven’t tried any other HD webcams but compared to my previous webcam, the Microsoft LifeCam Cinema is far superior.  To make this review simple, I compared the QuickCam Pro 9000 that I purchased in March 2009Read More…

Video of the Day – Panasonic’s Evolta robot cycles to a world record

on Wednesday, September 30th, 2009
Posted in: Uncategorized

Now we just need batteries that will last this long in our laptops!


Capture extreme HD footage with the VholdR ContourHD Helmet Cam

on Tuesday, September 29th, 2009

VholdR has just announced the ContourHD 1080p, a wearable HD camcorder that includes a series of mounts for your goggles, helmet, handle bars, vehicle, or anywhere else you want to attach it. It’s the world’s first wearable camcorder that can capture and share 1080p video (1920×1280). It has a water resistant aluminum and fiberglass bodyRead More…

Video of the Day – High-tech gadgets at the Tokyo Toy Show 2009

on Thursday, September 24th, 2009
Posted in: Uncategorized

Here is some video footage from the Tokyo Toy Show which was held this past summer. The animatronic cat is kinda creepy…


Seagate FreeAgent Theater Review

on Thursday, August 27th, 2009

With all the entries on the media player market, a device has to distinguish itself to rise above the pack.  Seagate’s FreeAgent Theater does what the others do and then some.  If you’ve found shortcomings with other devices, this might be your choice.  I’ll take it through its paces and point out what I believe to be theRead More…